David founded Piches Architecture at 115 Taylor Street in Downtown Roseville. He has served on many boards, including the Roseville Chamber of Commerce, Roseville Merchant's Association, Roseville Arts Center, and Roseville Urban Forest Foundation. By joining the DRP, Dave hopes to be foster creative design solutions and encourage actions that will maintain existing improvements.
Lisa is the owner and president of Randy Peters Catering & Event Center located on Vernon Street, and has been involved in the restaurant and catering industry in the Sacramento area for over 20 years. Lisa is known as a well-known community leader and supporter, serving on local boards, participating in a number of local chambers and giving back to the community on a regular basis. Some of her community involvement includes Feed My Starving Children Team Leader, Roseville Chamber of Commerce Board Member, and the South Placer Women's Leadership Coalition.
David is the Senior Vice President – Controller for Consolidated Communications, one of the larger employers in the Downtown Roseville area. David has worked in the greater downtown Roseville area for the past 15 years and is looking forward to supporting the interests of the Downtown Roseville residents and businesses.
Mike is the President and Chief Financial Officer of All-Cal Insurance Agency and owns Downtown Roseville properties located at 501 Vernon, 503 Vernon and 505 Vernon Street. He joined DRP's board because he believes in the plans for expected growth in the area. Downtown Roseville has never had greater potential and Mike looks forward to being part of the effort.
Thomas is the owner of Carlson Tax Consultants Inc., at 510 Oak Street in Downtown Roseville. He is a member of the AICPA and the Roseville Chamber of Commerce. As a local business owner and also a property owner it seemed like a natural fit to become active in the local downtown business scene. Becoming a board member of the DRP was an opportunity to serve the downtown business owners and property owners and to give back to the local business community.
Mark owns several downtown Roseville properties, including 219 Vernon Street, 400 Vernon Street, 404 Vernon Street, 601 Vernon Street and 106 Judah. He joined DRP to bring a well rounded voice to the table, obtained through owning, starting, and operating businesses in Downtown Roseville.
Jamie is the owner of Jamie Hazen Consulting. She retired from the City of Roseville after serving almost 20 years in the Housing & Redevelopment, Public Affairs & Communications and Parks, Recreation & Libraries Departments. Jamie is the treasurer to the Downtown Roseville Merchants Board of Directors and has been a long time Roseville resident, working and living near Downtown Roseville for many years. She also serves on the Roseville Police Activities League, Placer Visitors Bureau, and Performing Arts of Roseville Board of Directors, is active with the Roseville Chamber and is a proud Blue Star Mom.
Wayne is the Economic Development Manager for the City of Roseville, where he helps develop and implement economic development initiatives to ensure business enrichment within our community. Wayne has always had a passion for the Downtown and he looks forward to working more closely with the downtown merchants, business owners and residents.
Ed is the owner of mas|mojica architecture studio, a local boutique architecture firm located in downtown Roseville. The firm maintains a focus on retail, office, and hospitality projects in Roseville and the South Placer region. Raised in Roseville, he desires to facilitate authentic spaces and places such as our downtown area. Inspired by the great projects of the DRP to date, he hopes to continue the excellent work of making these spaces a reality in downtown Roseville.
Frank Van Sant is the newest addition to the DRP board. A native of New Mexico, Frank served in the US Navy for nearly 30 years, retiring as an officer, receiving numerous awards, even moving six times in eight years. He relocated to the Sacramento area in 2014 after retiring from Raytheon as a defense contractor. As a Mason since 2007, he is active in the fraternity’s Roseville chapter, diligently managing the organization’s building on Vernon Street and its tenants. As a busy volunteer, he also works on behalf of disabled veterans, emergency responders, and his local church.
MaryTess Mayall serves as the Executive Director for Blue Line Arts, a nonprofit arts organization at 405 Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville. Born and raised in Roseville, MaryTess is passionate about building a vibrant arts & culture scene in the downtown area. She currently serves on the boards of both the Downtown Roseville Partnership and the Downtown Roseville Merchants.